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September 22, 2017 – 8:42 PM |

The recent data in the Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey 2012-2013 shows a high unmet need for contraceptives, although family planning programs have been in place in Pakistan since the late 1950s. The phenomenon presents …

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Articles by Rahina Inayat Ali Gokal

Rahina Inayat Ali Gokal is a student of nursing at The Aga khan University School of Nursing and Midwifery, Class of 2017. She upholds special expertise in academic and content writing with special command over leadership skills. She strongly believes in being committed and passionate towards her work, responds assertively to constructive feedback and looks forward to improve shortcomings. She can be reached at [email protected]

Sexually Transmitted Infections – Break the Silence to Protect Your Health

February 16, 2017 – 5:16 PM |

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs/STDs) are a serious cause of ill health prevalent around the world. According to WHO, over 1 million STIs are acquired daily globally (Newman et al., 2013). Lack of awareness is one …

Family Suicide in Pakistan: Our Collective Societal Concern

January 9, 2017 – 5:00 AM |

Family suicide – bluntly stated, is a mess for someone else to clear up; these are murder-suicides in which the perpetrator takes their own life plus the lives of their family members (Byard, 2005). In …

Hesitancy and Miscommunication on the Part of Novice Nurses: An Incident That Chastised Me for Life

January 9, 2017 – 4:58 AM |

During my third year of nursing school, while on a Reproductive Health rotation, I was assigned to the labor room to deal with antenatal clients. Under supervision of the faculty staff, I was introduced to …

Spirituality and Religiosity in Mental Health Patients: A Major Roadblock in Healthcare

July 4, 2016 – 6:05 PM |

“Spirituality is a quest for the meaning in life.” It is something that connects you with something bigger than yourself (Verghese 2008,). Too much of a good thing, can turn something pleasant into unpleasant because …